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  • Porsche Club
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  • Present cars
    2008 Porsche Boxster
  • Future cars
    Porsche 911
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    2000 Porsche 911 Cabriolet

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  1. does anyone have a layout diagram for the relays above the fuse panel?
  2. Is there a way to find out which fuse they might all have in common?
  3. I recently did a 40K mile service on my 2008 Boxster, and now my CDR 24 radio is not working. I checked fuse D9 - it appears good. I get a blinking red light on the front of the radio, but no other power indication. Durametric reports the following errors: C131: Communication gateway control unit (CAN comfort) C141: Communication PCM (display) C144: Communication CDR (display) C150: Control unit communication engine electronics (drive) C152: Communication PSM control unit (drive) Everything else seems to work fine, despite these codes. Is there a relay or a different fuse or something else I can check?
  4. I had the same problem. Took the car to the dealer 8 times over the course of about a year. Very inconvenient, given my closest dealer is 2 hours away. One of the repairs didn't even last through the first time I tried to cycle the top. They ended up replacing the whole top, but I still have had issues. At least all of this happened under warranty. After the factory warranty expired, the pushrod ends broke once more. I took it to a buddy of mine who is a master mechanic. I purchased a set of the pushrods from Pelican Parts, and it took us about an hour and a half to install them. Most of the time was working to get alignment of the two sides so that the top closed properly. I wonder how much time the dealer actually spent ensuring the top was aligned. See the attached photo for a few notes on the pushrod assembly. .
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